For the optimum finish, go for high-quality gloss, as this will help your surfaces to bounce lots of light around your kitchen. Because of how easily light is reflected around the space, your room will appear bigger and brighter than it actually is. White gloss kitchens are particularly popular in small houses for this exact reason. Another benefit of gloss is how easy it is to clean. All you need is a cloth and water to shift most stains and smudges, and a little elbow grease (or detergent and warm water) if that fails!
Adding a natural wood flooring will instantly enhance an otherwise all-white space, adding warmth that would otherwise be lacking in an all-white kitchen. Make a feature of the wooden flooring by matching the same wood tones in kitchen furniture, such as tables and chairs. Alternatively, contrast the natural elements with similarly-toned finishes; a white gloss kitchen with a grey quartz worktop will enhance a neutral shade of wooden flooring.
Good lighting really is the backbone of any design project and makes all the difference when it comes to optimising a high-gloss kitchen. You may not have the luxury of year-round sunlight, but integrated LED lights are a wonderful solution for a modern space. They give light to all areas, at any time of day, in any season. Alternatively, an overhead sky light will inject natural light into the room, no matter the season, allowing the white gloss kitchen finishes to reflect light into the heart of the home.